Perception and Its Development: A Tribute to Eleanor J. Gibson

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PERCEPTION AND ITS DEVELOPMENT:
A Tribute to Eleanor J. Gibson

Edited by ANNE D. PICK University of Minnesota

LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 1979 Hillsdale, New Jersey

DISTRIBUTED BY THE HALSTED PRESS DIVISION OF JOHN WILEY & SONS

New York Toronto London Sydney

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword: A Note on E. J. G. by J. J. G. ix
  • Introduction 1
  • I LEARNING AND GENERALIZATION 5
  • 1: Stimulus Generalization 7
  • Acknowledgments 35
  • 2: The Unattended Dimension in Discrimination Learning 39
  • References 59
  • II DEVELOPMENT OF SPATIAL PERCEPTION 61
  • 3: Depth Perception and a Laughing Heaven 63
  • Acknowledgments 86
  • References 86
  • 4: Studies of Spatial Perception in Infancy 89
  • References 106
  • III PERCEPTION OF PATTERN AND STRUCTURE 109
  • 5: Letter Discrimination and Identification 111
  • Acknowledgments 143
  • References 143
  • 6: Listening to Melodies 163
  • Acknowledgments 164
  • References 164
  • IV PERCEPTION OF MEANING 167
  • 7: Reading Silently and Aloud 169
  • References 181
  • 8: The Origins of Meaning in Perceptual Development 183
  • References 196
  • V: EXPLORATION AND SELECTIVITY IN PERCEPTUAL DEVELOPMEN 199
  • 9: The Control of Information Pickup in Selective Looking 201
  • References 218
  • 10: Exploring Audible and Visible Events in Infancy 221
  • References 234
  • Afterword 237
  • Author Index 247
  • Subject Index 253
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